IsolatedStorageFile.GetMachineStoreForDomain Method

Definition

Obtains machine-scoped isolated storage corresponding to the application domain identity and the assembly identity.

public:
 static System::IO::IsolatedStorage::IsolatedStorageFile ^ GetMachineStoreForDomain();
public static System.IO.IsolatedStorage.IsolatedStorageFile GetMachineStoreForDomain ();
static member GetMachineStoreForDomain : unit -> System.IO.IsolatedStorage.IsolatedStorageFile
Public Shared Function GetMachineStoreForDomain () As IsolatedStorageFile

Returns

IsolatedStorageFile

An object corresponding to the IsolatedStorageScope, based on a combination of the application domain identity and the assembly identity.

Exceptions

Sufficient isolated storage permissions have not been granted.

The store failed to open.

-or-

The assembly specified has insufficient permissions to create isolated stores.

-or-

The permissions for the application domain cannot be determined.

-or-

An isolated storage location cannot be initialized.

Examples

The following code example demonstrates the GetUserStoreForDomain method. For the complete context of this example, see the IsolatedStorageFile overview.

IsolatedStorageFile^ isoFile;
isoFile = IsolatedStorageFile::GetUserStoreForDomain();

// Open or create a writable file.
IsolatedStorageFileStream^ isoStream = gcnew IsolatedStorageFileStream( this->userName,FileMode::OpenOrCreate,FileAccess::Write,isoFile );
StreamWriter^ writer = gcnew StreamWriter( isoStream );
writer->WriteLine( this->NewsUrl );
writer->WriteLine( this->SportsUrl );

// Calculate the amount of space used to record the user's preferences.
double d = isoFile->CurrentSize / isoFile->MaximumSize;
Console::WriteLine( "CurrentSize = {0}", isoFile->CurrentSize.ToString() );
Console::WriteLine( "MaximumSize = {0}", isoFile->MaximumSize.ToString() );
writer->Close();
isoFile->Close();
isoStream->Close();
return d;
IsolatedStorageFile isoFile;
isoFile = IsolatedStorageFile.GetUserStoreForDomain();

// Open or create a writable file.
IsolatedStorageFileStream isoStream =
    new IsolatedStorageFileStream(this.userName,
    FileMode.OpenOrCreate,
    FileAccess.Write,
    isoFile);

StreamWriter writer = new StreamWriter(isoStream);
writer.WriteLine(this.NewsUrl);
writer.WriteLine(this.SportsUrl);
// Calculate the amount of space used to record the user's preferences.
double d = isoFile.CurrentSize / isoFile.MaximumSize;
Console.WriteLine("CurrentSize = " + isoFile.CurrentSize.ToString());
Console.WriteLine("MaximumSize = " + isoFile.MaximumSize.ToString());
// StreamWriter.Close implicitly closes isoStream.
writer.Close();
isoFile.Dispose();
isoFile.Close();
return d;
Dim isoFile As IsolatedStorageFile
isoFile = IsolatedStorageFile.GetUserStoreForDomain()

' Open or create a writable file.
Dim isoStream As New IsolatedStorageFileStream(Me.userName, FileMode.OpenOrCreate, _
    FileAccess.Write, isoFile)

Dim writer As New StreamWriter(isoStream)
writer.WriteLine(Me.NewsUrl)
writer.WriteLine(Me.SportsUrl)
' Calculate the amount of space used to record the user's preferences.
Dim d As Double = Convert.ToDouble(isoFile.CurrentSize) / Convert.ToDouble(isoFile.MaximumSize)
Console.WriteLine(("CurrentSize = " & isoFile.CurrentSize.ToString()))
Console.WriteLine(("MaximumSize = " & isoFile.MaximumSize.ToString()))
' StreamWriter.Close implicitly closes isoStream.
writer.Close()
isoFile.Dispose()
isoFile.Close()
Return d

Remarks

The same assembly code will use different isolated stores when used in the context of different applications.

GetMachineStoreForDomain is functionally equivalent to the following code:

isoFile = IsolatedStorageFile::GetStore(IsolatedStorageScope::Assembly |
    IsolatedStorageScope::Domain | IsolatedStorageScope::Machine,
    (Type^)nullptr, (Type^)nullptr);
isoFile = IsolatedStorageFile.GetStore(IsolatedStorageScope.Assembly |
    IsolatedStorageScope.Domain | IsolatedStorageScope.Machine,
    null, null);
isoFile = IsolatedStorageFile.GetStore(IsolatedStorageScope.Assembly Or _
    IsolatedStorageScope.Domain Or IsolatedStorageScope.Machine, _
    Nothing, Nothing)

Different assemblies running within the same application domain always have distinct isolated stores.

Note

GetUserStoreForDomain will return an IsolatedStorageFile object without a quota if the application domain into which the assembly is installed does not have IsolatedStorageFilePermission. Later attempts to create an IsolatedStorageFile object using the IsolatedStorageFile object that does not have a quota will fail with an IsolatedStorageException.

Applies to